The Blue-fronted Amazon Project in Scotland!

Yesterday, David Perpinan, one of our collaborators, gave a talk about the life history of the Blue-fronted Amazon, featuring our Project! The talk was part of the Parrot Evening, an evening of small talks directed to the clients of the Exotic Animals and Wildlife Service – Hospital for Small Animals, University of Edinburgh. David is a veterinarian with large experience on exotic animal medicine, and a lecturer at The Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. David’s talk was focused on the importance of studying animals in their natural state and how much we can learn from them.

David Perpinan giving a talk about the life history of the Blue-fronted Amazon (Image: Taiana Costa)

David Perpinan giving a talk about the life history of the Blue-fronted Amazon (Image: Taiana Costa)

David giving the talk, showing that about 30% of the tree cavities used as nest are in dead trees (Image: Taiana Costa)

David giving the talk, showing that about 30% of the tree cavities used as nest are in dead trees (Image: Taiana Costa)

End of the talk, with the link for our blog!

End of the talk, with the link for our blog!

It is great to know that our project is being shown overseas! Thank you very much David! :)

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